In Memory

Karen Kelly

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10/12/15 03:12 PM #1    

Bill Ryan

Lovely lady. 

Karen was my prize date at Senior homecoming.  Pretty, smart, kind.  

It was an honor and a blessing to know her. 

11/03/15 12:47 PM #2    

Diane Dickey

Karen earned her Ph.d in clinical psych at U-Nebraska at Lincoln. For many years, she worked in the university bealth service, then added a private practice. Her specialty was treating people with eating disorders.  Karen was married to a U-N graduate. That marriage ended in divorce.  According to her obit, Karen had many friends and loved listening to jazz.

Karen was kind and devoted to serving others.  We were fortunate to know her.

11/29/15 05:18 PM #3    

Susan Guernsey (Gordon)

Karen was a very kind person. She always made me feel like a good friend when we worked together or just passed each other in the hall. 

12/02/15 08:26 PM #4    

Patricia Slocum (Kronlein)

Karen was one of the kindest, most thoughtful and lovely girls in our class.  I am very sorry to hear of her pasing.  She also was an excellent clarinet player in the band and one member that didn't give our band leader a bad time.


03/25/16 05:16 PM #5    

Nancy O'Malley (Newman)

Karen was one of those extrordinary people who earned the love and respect of everyone whose life she touched. She was as humble as she was smart and capable; as deeply compassionate as she was caring and giving. Nothing can fill the void that she left. I am heartbroken.

03/31/16 02:08 AM #6    

Karen (Kari) Sprowl (Sprowl)

Karen  was a good and a brilliant lady. I remember that we debated Tolstoy vs Dostoyevsky in the school bus. She was an utter delight! The world lost soemthing, when it lost her.


06/13/16 06:50 PM #7    

Dave Blaskie

Bill, you were so lucky!!!

09/10/20 03:42 PM #8    

Leonard Krisak

Not Karen, please!

A lovely, kind, smart person--sweet and compassionate

and with an impish humor in her, too.



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